Arrived before 9pm. No-one expecting us. No 'Reception' as such to check in at! Eventually we found our rooms.
This is essentially an academic establishment, part of Parma University, which rents out a few badly maintained rooms and cares not a jot about the guests other than to welcome receipt of their funds.
Poor and very small menu.
Worse is the "Wine List". No wines at all at normal prices. We were advised that they only had 2 white wines - the cheaper was 35 euros a bottle, the other over 50! I see that other reviewers have complained about this too. On choosing the former it turned out to be a cheap white for which I would have expected to pay around 10 - 12 euros - decent supermarket quality.
Accommodation frankly dirty, with a kitchen area without a sink or drinking water. Disrepair to walls and ceilings, and innumerable cobwebs. Add to that some extremely odd explicit paintings that are certainly not designed add to the quiet enjoyment of the quarters.
Breakfast was limited choice and a nightmare as the cook's son was encouraged to play around us with his extremely shrill and noisy battery-operated robot toy, not to mention the cook herself wandering into the dining area and sneezing into her bare hands before returning to the kitchen.
Against that, I can only set the interesting sculptures that adorn the grounds, the maintenance of which your stay is undoubtedly contributing to. Doesn't quite compensate I'm afraid.
Good luck, if you're feeling brave,